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Re: Tortoise later than 1.3.5 unable to authenticate on my computer

From: Geir Atle Storhaug <gas_at_offsimcentre.no>
Date: 2007-03-27 15:18:46 CEST

Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> writes:

> Geir Atle Storhaug wrote:
> > I did try to install the nightly build today (, but this
> > version crashed (Offset 000966ea) for me when trying to browse a
> > repository.
> A crash is bad! Very bad!
> Can you please download the debug symbols
> http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/win32/TortoiseProc.pdb
> copy them into the same directory where TortoiseProc.exe is installed
> and then do it again?

I downloaded the latest nightly build
(TortoiseSVN-, and this time I
got a different behaviour. When runing the repo browser with the old
authentication data, I got the following message:

PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/repositoryname/trunk'
Server sent unexpected value (403 Forbidden) in response to PROPFIND
request for '/svn/repositoryname/trunk'

I got the same message after clearing the authentication data (and
then accepting the server sertificate).

> I hope you have some kind of debugger installed on your system, that
> way you could give me the stacktrace of the crash.

No crash, and no stack trace. Have you modified Tortoise already?

> If you don't have your own debugger installed, use Dr.Watson
> (c:\windows\system32\drwtsn32.exe).

I do have Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005 installed.

BTW: How do you test/debug Tortoise? Is there a way of install a new
version of Tortoise without restarting Windows?

Geir Atle Storhaug <gas@offsimcentre.no>
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Received on Tue Mar 27 15:19:20 2007

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